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Civil War Books: 257) Lincoln and His Generals, by T. Harry Williams, 363 pages, 1952. A focus on the relationship and dialogue between Lincoln and his battlefield commanders.....$18

Civil War Books: 437) The Shiloh Campaign, by David G. Martin, 184 pages, 1987. Illustrated history of one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War.....$15

Civil War Books: 475) Mr. Davis's Richmond, by Stanley Kimmel, 1958, 214 pages. A pictorial history of Richmond and the Confederacy during the war years. Includes the text to "The Bonnie Blue Flag".....$35

Civil War Books: 557) Gideon Welles: Lincoln's Navy Department, by Richard S. West, Jr., Bobbs Merrill Co., 379 pages. Superbly written and illustrated biography of Lincoln's Secretary of the Navy.....$20

Bullets: BUL10) This .58 Gardiner Explosive bullet is in excellent condition and a small amount of the patent information around the rim of the base is still visible. Relatively speaking, few were used during the war. “Both calibers [there was .52 version] featured a stamp around the perimeter of the base reading "S. Gardiner Jr. Shell Patent Secured" in raised letters…. These projectiles were issued at only two major battles, Chancellorsville and Gettysburg before being withdrawn from service due to dislike by the soldiers and claims by high ranking officers that the projectile was "too fiendish" for civilized use” (Civilwartalk.com). “…A short quote from "Civil War Collector's Encyclopedia" by Francis A. Lord. " 2nd New Hampshire Regimental history notes, June 8, 1863, forty rounds of cartridges per man were distributed this morning. The balls were called musket shells-an explosive bullet-and woe to the Johnny that stops one. The regiment marched on to Gettysburg where it soon came under artillery fire. Many men were hit and several cartridge boxes were exploded. A shell struck and burst on the box of a corporal of Co. C. The cartridges were driven into his body and exploded, and for 30 seconds the "musket shells" were exploding in his quivering form. Death was mercifully quick. The next moment a fragment of shell exploded the cartridge box of a sergeant. He instantly tore off the box hanging by his side, thus escaping with only a severe wound" (Civilwartalk.com).....$225

Obsolete Maryland Currency: OBSMD37A - 1837 - $1 - Port Deposit - $45

Colonial & Continental Currency: CC7A - 1767 - 2 Dollars - Maryland (Annapolis) - $95

Obsolete Virginia Currency: OBSVA52B - 1861 - $20.00 - Petersburg - $195

Confederate Treasury Notes (Counterfeit Examples): CT-16 - 1861 - $50.00 - Jefferson Davis - $275

Colonial & Continental Currency: CC58 - 1780 - 100 Dollars - Virginia - $100

Colonial & Continental Currency: CT-22 - 1861 - $10.00 - Indian Family - $125

Colonial & Continental Currency: CC10A - 1774 - 8 Dollars - Maryland (Annapolis) - $135

Colonial & Continental Currency: CC44 - 1778 - 10 Shillings - South Carolina - $250

Obsolete Michigan Currency: OBSMI8A - 1838 - $1 - Battle Creek - $70

CDV's of Confederate Generals M thru Z: John S. Marmaduke (Missouri) CSA General. His service to the Confederacy was primarily in Missouri, Arkansas and Tennessee. Offered here is a real photo from life cdv backmarked Mathew Brady with a tax stamp. It has been falsely identified "Genl. Jennings".....$625

Obsolete Iowa Currency: OBSIA1 - 1857 - $1.00 - Ashland - $110

Obsolete Massachusetts Currency: OBSMA1A - 1863 - 3 cents - Boston - $55

Obsolete Florida Currency: OBSFL45 - 1860 - $5.00 - Bank of St. Johns, Jacksonville - $235

Confederate Treasury Notes: T22 - 1861 - $10.00 - Indian Family - $1,995

Confederate Treasury Notes: T64 - 1864 - $500 - Washington, CSA flag, Stonewall - $1,495

Obsolete Georgia Currency: OBSGA34 - 1862 - $1.00 (F) - W & A RR in Atlanta - $40

Obsolete Georgia Currency: OBSGA36 - 1862 - $1.00 (H) - W & A RR in Atlanta - $45

Obsolete Georgia Currency: OBSGA35 - 1862 - $1.00 (G) - W & A RR in Atlanta - $45

Obsolete Georgia Currency: OBSGA24A - 1862 - 25 Cents (E) - W & A RR in Atlanta - $30

Obsolete Georgia Currency: OBSGA38 - 1862 - $1.00 (J) - W & A RR in Atlanta - $20

Obsolete Georgia Currency: OBSGA23A - 1862 - 25 Cents (C) - W & A RR in Atlanta - $25

Obsolete Georgia Currency: OBSGA21A - 1862 - 10 Cents (C) - W & A RR in Atlanta - $20

Obsolete Georgia Currency: OBSGA37 - 1862 - $1.00 (J) - W & A RR in Atlanta - $45

Obsolete Georgia Currency: OBSGA27A - 1862 - 50 Cents (D) - W & A RR in Atlanta - $20

Obsolete Georgia Currency: OBSGA22A - 1862 - 10 Cents (F) - W & A RR in Atlanta - $20

Obsolete Ohio Currency: OBSOH1 - 18__ - $1.00 - Cincinnati - $50

Obsolete Ohio Currency: OBSOH4 - 1838 - $5.00 - Fulton - $50

Obsolete Ohio Currency: OBSOH10 - 1840 - $5.00 - West Union - $65

Obsolete Georgia Currency: OBSGA190 - 1859 - $3.00 - Merchants & Planters Bank in Savannah - $95

Obsolete New York Currency: OBSNY13A - 1840 - $3.00 - New York - $65

Obsolete Indiana Currency: OBSIN2 - 1856 - $1 - Dover Hill - $75

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